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... off. It was an awesome moment. Our transit was at Paris. So Paris was the first city that I visited outside India!! Couldn’t ask for anything more. We reached Paris and halted there for 3 hours and then boarded the plane to Geneva.
Pick-up at Geneva and travel towards our dorm: Prof. Stephan Robert was kind enough to come all the way to Geneva airport and was waiting for us. We reached at 12:30 pm local time. From airport we ...
... round to 12, and then three strikes of the bell. Yes? Is there more? Nope, show's over folks! It took us all a few minutes to realise that there was nothing more to it and the crowd gradually dispersed. After that, we bought Bronte some new sandals, walked back to the hotel and had an early dinner (except B) - surprisingly, a really excellent pizza. The next morning, we continued Marco's tour on the No 9 tram to the Gurten. The Gurten, as explained by our hotel receptionist ...
Today we went to Bern, the capital of Switzerland. Such a laid back town with majority of the locals enjoying the sun, spread out in the town centre. Explored old town, learning about a devastating fire that in 1405 pretty much completely destroyed the wooden city to which it was rebuilt with local sandstone, as we see today. Found the apartment where ...
... br> at a local grocery store. The evening
concluded with a long walk around the area which included the neighborhood,
farmed fields, and making friends with a group of milk cows as they made their
way to the barn for the evening.
neighborhood in Aarwangen, like much of Switzerland, is an interesting mix of
the old and the new. There are ultra-modern,
energy efficient homes with farm houses built in the ...
... section where children can take advantage of art lessons. What a brilliant idea! Have the art teachers babysit the kids while you take in the wonderful collection of art. The permanent collection features the work of Paul Klee, a famous Swiss artist, and Sigmar Polke. Klee’s artwork is modern. His scenes play with colors, shapes and patterns. He also has quite a few drawings of imaginary creatures that looked like something out of the Yellow Submarine. The Museum ...